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Overnight Doula Support

An overnight doula is a dedicated caregiver who provides emotional support, education and essential support to parents during the nighttime hours. Their primary role is to take care of the baby’s needs, allowing exhausted parents to get much-needed rest and sleep.

Our overnight doulas are knowledgeable in handling nighttime routines, soothing techniques, help with feeding and sleep. Baby laundry, meal prepping and cooking among other light house keeping duties are just a few other supports your doula will provide..

Hiring an overnight doula can be immensely beneficial for new parents in so many ways. Most notably, adequate rest helps parents maintain their energy levels, improves mood, and enhances their ability to bond with the baby during waking hours.

The guidance and expertise of an experienced overnight doula will instill confidence in parents and ease the transition into parenthood, creating a nurturing environment for both the baby and parents during this tender stage of life.

What's Included in an Overnight Doula Package?

A doula will come to your home to learn baby’s routine and support them through the night.

Choose between 8-hour or 10-hour night shifts.

Visits can be purchased in numbers of five (5, 10, 15, 20+) to allow for consistency and stability in baby’s care.

Additional Services


Whether you're trying to conceive or you're already 8 months pregnant, you're trying to transition to life with a new baby, or this isn't your first rodeo but your older children need help with thransition, we got you!

Birth Doula Support

An overnight doula is your baby's dedicated caregiver who provides essential support and assistance to baby during the nighttime hours.

Their primary role is to take care of the baby’s needs, allowing exhausted parents to get much-needed rest and sleep.

Postpartum Belly Binding

Postpartum belly binding is a tradition used in many cultures around the world for healing after birth. The method we use is based off of a Bengkung style.

Binding is a terrific way to help the muscle walls while healing and also supporting your spine and posture. There is a thought that binding also helps with emotional healing after pregnancy.

Bereavement Doula Support

A bereavement doula is a professionally trained person who provides emotional support to mothers and families through the many aspects of pregnancy loss during or after any gestation.

The support received is similar in nature to the support received from a labor doula; however, support through pregnancy loss is more complex and specialized.

We'll be with you prior to, during, and after the birth of a baby who has been miscarried, stillborn, or is not expected to live.

Lactation Services

During your sessions, your lactation counselor will observe breastfeeding/latch and address your individual concerns to best help you.

At the end of our session, you’ll get a specialized plan to help you establish and achieve future breastfeeding goals.

And we provide a lot of support remotely if a global pandemic says we need to do that too.

Labor & Birth





What Working With Us Is Like...

Here's what others have to say.

"Julianne really is your doula for life. She's a great support and advocate during pregnancy, birth, and after."

- Rebecca

"Throughout the entire journey into parenthood Katie always encouraged my husband and I to follow our instincts, and I think that is what makes her unique."

- Riley

"We had an idea of our ideal birth, but she gave us ideas and thoughts that allowed us to make an even more informed decision.

- Nicole

Birth Education


Want to get more personalized birth and postpartum education? You're in the right spot. If you're a client, these workshops are included with your package. If you're not a client, we would love to have you join us!

*Please note that these classes are not meant to replace prenatal classes, but are built to enhance them.

Labor Prep &

Birth Support

Monday, February 26

Monday, April 8

Monday, June 3

In this workshop, we will cover writing your birth preferences (not a birth plan) preparing your body for birth, labor interventions, and support through both unmedicated and medically managed labors.

Feeding The Baby

Monday, March 25

Monday, May 20

Monday, July 29

In this workshop, we will cover best practices for feeding your newborn, addressing expectations and feeding challenges, and advocating for both you and baby in a hospital setting.

Planning The

4th Trimester

Monday, March 11

Monday, May 6

Monday, June 17

This workshop was designed to help you thrive in the early postpartum days and weeks after your baby is born. I'll cover how to best care for your postpartum body, tips for getting sleep, good nutrition, the transition back to work, childcare, and how to nurture your relationship with your partner.

Not Your First Rodeo (Birth)

Monday, April 22

Monday, August 5

Monday, June 3

Not your first birth but feel like you could use a refresher? Wondering how this birth will be different from your last birth? Want to know how to prepare siblings for a baby? Then this group is for you.

Or maybe this is your first birth using a doula? In this workshop, I will help prepare you for all the things you need to know for a different birth from your first/last.

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